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  • New CATM facility fires up

    Members across Tyndall Air Force Base's conducted a safety inspection on the new Combat Arms and Maintenance facility. The indoor range will allow Airmen to qualify for deployments and readiness training at Tyndall, without having to travel to another location.

  • Tyndall hosts inaugural ‘Emerge Team Tyndall’

    U.S. Airmen across Tyndall AFB recently participated in the Emerge Team Tyndall program, an initiative deigned to give younger hands-on experience and mission overviews from flights they would not normally be involved in.

  • Tyndall enhances efficiency for crew chief training

    With recent advances in technology, crew chiefs assigned to F-35A Lightning IIs are now able to experience simulated F-35 cockpits for full immersion during their engine run certification, which is a four-day course of intensive training on advanced procedures that covers critical information,

  • Bergtholdt assumes command of 325th FW

    The 325th Fighter Wing held a change of command ceremony to officially mark the transfer of leadership to Col. Chris Bergtholdt from Col. George Watkins at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, July 1, 2024.

  • Battling a lifetime of trauma

    Under a pseudonym, Sgt. Shane Smith tells his story of dealing with Complex-PTSD and OCD in a hope to encourage members to seek assistance and not bottle up the struggles they are going through.

  • 325th MDG remembers former MDSS commander

    On June 25, 2024, the 325th Medical Group celebrated the opening of a Heritage Room dedicated to Lt. Col. Jennifer Baker, the former 325th Medical Support Squadron commander, who died of cancer in December 2023. The dedication provided a chance for members of the 325th MDSS to remember her and

  • Honoring excellence: the Delta Lima initiative

    On Jan. 31, 2024, the 325th Security Forces Squadron inaugurated the Delta Lima initiative, a program where a carefully selected group of eight SFS defenders who exemplify the highest qualities of professionalism, dress and appearance, customs and courtesies and base defense capabilities, receive a

  • Healing the wounds of war

    Hoyt completed two deployments in Afghanistan, a seven-and-a-half-month mission from 2010 to 2011 and a year tour in 2013. He encountered the challenges and hardships with serving in a war zone, which eventually lead to a diagnosis of PTSD years later.

  • The building blocks of resiliency

    Members of Team Tyndall recently marked a new rebuild milestone with the opening of the Integrated Resilience Office. Several helping agencies, including the Victims' Council, the Integrated Resiliency Office and the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team, officially moved into the facility on